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As they just opened their first store Rue de Marseille, Paris, near Canal Saint-Martin, we thought this would be a perfect occasion to introduce you Balibaris, which is obviously one of our favourite French brand these times: In 2010, the French brand Balibaris started with a precise idea: to revisit menswear essentials with nice fabrics… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
You must already know about Lip. Maybe one day your grandfther gave you his vintage Lip watch? As a matter of fact, this brand was created in 1868 and for ages it has been a leading French watchmaker. According to its past, full of emblematic models, Lip proposes two ranges: the Createur revisiting their 70′s… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Sandro wished to celebrate its way one of the most legendary rock bands ever. This season they have released a t-shirt series part of their “tribute to The Doors” collection. Three different graphics are proposed: “Doors”, “Morrisson” and “Jim” mixing concert poster and live pictures. Available in white, black and burgundy… my eyes have seen… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Cuisse de Grenouille is a young French brand we met at the Capsule Paris winter 2012. It was created by three friends: Lucas, Alexis and Raphaël, sharing a passion for surf, who decided to revisit menswear staples in a colorful way. In their SS12 line can be found among others, those wool hand knitted ties… Read more1 validationandno comment yet for this article.
Made in the pure French tradition in the Bourgogne region Le Laboureur’s 100% wool jackets are so untouched and natural that they seem to grow directly from the soil. A piece of France to take away. Here is a something to check out for those who anticipate next Fall. The truth is that I’m impressed… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
In a 100% French spirit, along the same line as the French were in year 1789, Le Slip Français proposes men to begin their revolution with a different leading idea: “Do you want to change the world? Do you want things to change? Start by changing your underwear!” Sans culottes did not wear skivvies most… Read more1 validationandno comment yet for this article.
As a French southerner I can’t stay insensitive to anything reminding me of the sea. Parisian brand Bleu de Paname has just uploaded on their facebook page three beachy T-shirts from their SS12 collection “Littoral” literally meaning coastal. Combining the spirit of workwear with the sailor style, these t-shirts are the translation of having a… Read more1 validationand1 comment for this article.
Sixpack is a brand we have been following for quite a while in the Truck, in other words it is one of our favourite French brand. Through the years their collections have expanded to something more complete. Of course they still excel in what made them successful: graphic t-shirts designed by graphic artists. For spring-summer… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
When sunny days come, some afternoons I like to go out to refresh ideas. Yesterday afternoon, it was like between cold and warm so I pulled a heavy wool cardigan up over a light long sleeve t-shirt and I went out with my briefcase in hand. When the weekend time hasn’t come yet, bars are… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
“Yeah I’ll miss the boredom and the freedom and the time spent alone”. That’s what pop duo act MGMT sang in their psychedelic collage video “Time to pretend” when it came out it in 2008. A Youth Anthem was declared; the four-minute track is an epic rock invitation to celebrate youth, life experimentation, and delirious fun…… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.